'Endhira Logathu Sundariye’ video song can be compared to 'Irumbile' from 'Enthiran' in its setting.

Watch Rajinikanth and Amy Jackson zip through on hovercrafts in this song from 20Youtube Screengrab
Flix Kollywood Sunday, November 25, 2018 - 15:21

The video of ‘Endhira Logathu Sundariye’, a song from Rajinikanth’s 2.0 was released on Saturday. The song had clocked over 2.9 million views on YouTube as of Sunday afternoon. The futuristic song has been imagined with robots and can be compared with 'Irumbile' song from its prequel Enthiran.

This song that has been rendered by Sid Sriram and Shashaa Tirupati has been composed by AR Rahman. Both Amy Jackson and Rajinikanth are seen wearing robotic suits, zipping past on hovercrafts. The song’s sets have been designed to resemble the inside of electronic gadgets.


The film that has been in the making for a long time will finally release on November 29. A sci-fi film, just like its prequel, it will have some gravity defying stunts as well. 2.0 also marks the southern debut of Akshay Kumar, who plays the antagonist. Akshay plays a scientist who turns into a bird-man after an experiment goes awry.

A total of 25 VFX studios from around the world were involved in the project that required 2150 VFX shots. 1000 VFX artists worked under the supervision of VFX supervisor, V Srinivas Mohan, who also worked on both Baahubali and Enthiran.  

2.0 has a strong technical crew with Nirav Shah cranking the camera, T Muthuraj taking care of the production design and Anthony editing it. The film has renowned action directors Kenny Bates, Seteve Griffin, Nick Powell from Hollywood and Silva from Kollywood. The film will be released in Tamil, Hindi and Telugu besides being dubbed in 12 other languages.

Touted to be Asia’s costliest ventures, the film is bankrolled by A Subhaskaran under his banner Lyca Productions. Made on a staggering budget of Rs 500 crore, it has been completely shot in 3D.

2.0 is 2 hours and 28 minutes long (148 minutes) and was given U/A certificate a few days ago. 

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